Talent Spotlight: Webcast Coordinator

 

Megan’s love for story telling and creating production that moves people reminds me how important our industry is to society as a whole. The role we all play is an important one. If you need a reminder of why we do what we do- Megan’s answers to my questions will fuel you!

Q: What was the first job you ever had?
A: Blockbuster Video. Getting to rent movies for free was a perk!

 

Q: How did you become interested in the production industry?
A:  The combination of real-life storytelling, documentaries and filmmaking has always been a passion of mine. I’m drawn to the power that movies and documentaries have in affecting emotions and points of view. I’ve always wanted to produce a documentary to promote political/societal change.

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Q: What is the professional accomplishment you are most proud of?
A: Thus far, I’m most proud of a series of 30+ videos I helped produce about a Chevron Fellow, who shared his knowledge to the new hires in the company. I got to manage the post production in a way I hadn’t done before with input into the graphic design, and learning from his career experience was enlightening.

 

Q: What is the best thing about working for TeamPeople?
A: It’s exciting to work for a national network of production people.

 

Q: What is the personal accomplishment you are most proud of?
A: I’m pretty proud of being mom to my two daughters and helping them grow into strong women.

 

Q:  What emoji describes you best?

A: 😂

 

Q:  Name one thing about you that not too many people know.
A: My grandfather is a retired Air Force 4-star General.

 

Q: What is your favorite workplace saying?

A: No coffee no workee!

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